Building High Performing Team

In today's competitive world every organization wants to be high performing to outperform the competition and deliver optimum value to its customer.The building block for high performing organizations is great people and great teams.In this session we will share techniques to build high performing people, teams and hence the organizations.The techniques are derived from research done on several models.The authors will share experience with hundreds of teams from global organizations.

The authors have done intensive research in the area and have trialed several aspects which will be covered in the session for building High Performing Teams.

The authors have built hundreds of teams that are goal oriented, which deliver outcomes and which are very high in morale.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

Definition of High Performing Team (5 min)

Models for building High Performing Team (30 min)

Conclusion (5 min)


Learning Outcome

The audience will understand the techniques to build High Performing teams and will be able to make impact in thier organizations.

Target Audience

crum Masters,Managers,Agile Coaches,Developers,Testers, etc

schedule Submitted 1 year ago

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  • Tathagat Varma
    By Tathagat Varma  ~  1 year ago
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    Sandeep, Nisha - Most of the attendees at Agile India already have the basic / preliminary knowledge about these ideas. They are looking for real-world examples from practitioner such as you. (Well, they might also be seeking newer ideas but surely that needs to be an original work backed by rigorous research and real-life testing). Your slides are very generic at this point and there are high chances that most of these have been covered over the years. Can you rework and make them very speciic to some particular complex situation, and how did you go about facilitating them into high-performing teams? Please share the revised slidedeck for the review team to understand your thought process.